Interesting title on this film asking teens to seek out second opinions on things that they don't agree with or questioning about. In this case, Bill wants to be a lawyer.. but wait! A book says that's not such a good idea! Whose side should he believe? Lawyers or rabblerousers? The bigger picture of this is whether this film means that it was okay for kids to question whayever their parents said, or the police! Or the clergy! Can of worms, people, can of worms.
April 8, 2016 Subject:
The film is post war propaganda for the evil goat lovers and their helpers to further their agenda for ruling the world. All involved should be tried, convicted and executed for crimes against humanity!
December 23, 2013 Subject:
Clean clear and reasonably crisp. The actual film itself is in very good shape, volume a little low is only real complaint. This IS one of those high school or elementary school P.E./Social Studies films that those of us of a certain age remember. As such it has a very nice nostalgia appeal. The voiceover actor is one you've heard many many times before, again if you're of a certain age. Clear helpful hints on how to make personal choices. Final verdict: I completely enjoyed i.